Presentation on theme: "ELearning initiatives in London JISC RSC for London Sarah Sherman HE Adviser."— Presentation transcript:
eLearning initiatives in London JISC RSC for London Sarah Sherman HE Adviser
Outline Who are we? Whats happening in London? What is the RSC doing and how can we support you with the Distributed E- Learning Project?
JISC Regional Support Centres Established in 2000 to support the FE sector 13 RSCs across the UK. Expanded role in 2003 to support HE specialist colleges and Adult and Community Learning (ACL). Support for Curriculum, Learning Resources, Technical, Strategy & Management.
London Q-projects LSDA-funded, small-scale ILT development projects. The aim is to fund colleges for the release of time for those staff to develop their ILT skills through action-based projects based on local and national priorities. LSDA Local Coordinator - email@example.com
The New Technology Institute, Kingston University Providing Foundation Degrees in e-skills for business. Delivered through 7 FE Colleges. www.nti.kingston.ac.uk
London Online One of the Central London Learning Partnership (CLLP) projects, aiming to give all London learners access to relevant, high- quality e-learning through a London Online portal. Training ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) teachers to develop online materials. 6 FE Colleges. www.talent.ac.uk/londononline
RSC for London initiatives and support available Collaboration with the Q-Projects North Circular Staff Development Network VLE, Technical, Learning Resources Forums Joint events with the LSDA, JISC, Becta, HE Academy Subject Centres, Standards Unit The RSC as a point of contact Events
Sarah Sherman, HE Adviser firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7692 1638